Are you sure that you got a 16mb doc? Most webplayers come with a 48mb doc. Maybe the seller gave you a doc from another system.
You need a regular laptop hard drive cable and a laptop hard drive booted with 95/98/me loaded with the m-system software and the doc file. If you do have a 16mb doc, you will probably might as well as get a laptop hard drive and a laptop cable for your system.
16mb is pretty small to fit an OS other than DOS or one of the tiny Linux distros.
The original 98 lite image from Famewolf is made to fit on the 48mb Doc.
Best thing to do is buy a laptop hard drive with a cable and install a full OS.
For Windows 98
Format the drive, set the partition active (bootable) then copy the system files and win98 folder to the drive.
Pop it into the webplayer and run the install. Then install the drivers.
You can find more detailed instructions and drivers for Windows 98/ME somewhere on this message board.
You can get a 48 mb chip (or a 144 mb chip (but you would need an image for that one or make one)) on ebay. Just search for DiskOnChip (all one word). There are several 144 ones and one 48mb chip with 8 days left (not mine. I just did a search).
Why use the DoC? Why not just put a HD in it like most people. It will give you more space and a full version of windows instead of the cut down one for the DoC.
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